Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Euphrates Soft Turtle: Wally Englert - "Reed College Centennial Reunions: Alumni College: It's All Greek To Me," Humanities, Ancient Greece, Classics, Conference Method of Teaching and Learning, Required first year Humanities and Biology courses with a programming aspect at WUaS, And translatable into multiple large languages for studying comparatively how students learn in free undergraduate degree programs, "Re-Evaluating the College Rankings Game"

Reed College Centennial Reunions: Alumni College: It's All Greek To Me


(A kind of Reed College Hum 110 lecture).

Englert, Wally. 2011. [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZNhUZSyeAS0 Reed College Centennial Reunions: Alumni College: It's All Greek To Me]. Portland, OR: Reedalumni Youtube channel.


I added this to the following wiki subject pages at WUaS ...

Humanities -

Ancient Greece -

Classics -


Adding this blog entry to the following wiki subject page

Conference Method of Teaching and Learning -


Would Professor Englert guide World University and School's planned required first year Humanities' course, with sections taught by graduate student instructors that WUaS hires, and held online in Google + Hangouts engaging the Conference Method of Teaching and Learning (http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Conference_Method_of_Teaching_and_Learning)?

For example, Reed College graduates, who now are graduate students at Stanford might be great teachers or facilitators for sections.


The other first year required course that World University and School is planning is a biology course with a programming aspect ... probably drawing on some aspects of the following ...






WUaS Biology wiki subject page ...



"Re-Evaluating the College Rankings Game"
JUNE 1, 2014


Startup World University and School, like Wikipedia with MIT OCW, with online CC university degrees planned (see: http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Admissions_at_World_University_and_School) in large languages, and which is Reed-informed (with a required first year Hum 101 course online, junior qualifying exams, and senior thesis), seeks to generate a flourishing learning conversation (http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Conference_Method_of_Teaching_and_Learning), in addition to becoming the MIT / Harvard / Stanford / Oxbridge of the internet as wiki schools in all 7,106 languages and 242 countries. WUaS will evaluate closely over the years the benefits of Reed's approach to college rankings with other colleges and universities, especially with WUaS's multi-lingual degree focus, and WUaS's plans to study how students learn interlingually focusing on MIT OCW as academic curriculum for multi-lingual comparisons. WUaS may thus contribute to helping to clarify inter-lingual accredited university rankings. (Scott '85, http://scottmacleod.com/interlingual/worlduniversityandschool.html)



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